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Friday, April 22, 2011

Eyes open again, for Earth Day art

Posted By on Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 1:02 PM

Cycles of Life by Scotti Wilborne
  • "Cycles of Life" by Scotti Wilborne

I've been out of town and out of touch, and apologize. It's not too late, however, for Eye Candy to tout the Greatest Show on Earth Day at Stephano's, which is having its second after-hours reception tonight from 4-9 p.m.

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Tons of artists have made art from stuff — like bike chains in the piece above — for the show. Contributors include Mike Gaines, Ephraim McNair, Jim Jolly, Scotti Wilborne, Stephano, Liz Kemp, Robyn Horn, Tony Dow, Jeannie Clifton, Gabriel Griffith, Kelley Naylor-Wise, Steven Thomas, Joy Schultz, Jerry Joan Courtney, Connie Fails, John Kushmal, Debra Waterford, Ron Logan, Rob Nowlin, Laray Polk, Betsy Woodyard, Patrick Cunningham, Teresa Smith, Jordan Curtis, Gabriel Solis and Kathleen Kennally.

On Saturday, Wild Birds Unlimited folks will have recycled bird feeders at the gallery, the Green Corner Store will display green products and United Cerebral Palsy will take old toner cartridges for recycling.

Stephano's is at 5501 Kavanaugh Blvd.

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